From Undule to Mtambo, CHRR now headed  by Kaiyatsa

The Center for Human Rights and Rehabilitation (CHRR) board has appointed Michael Kaiyatsa as an acting executive director of the organization.

Michael Simon Kaiyatsa is an avid human rights advocate

This is according to the media statement dated April 10, 2020 and signed by the organization’s board chairperson Mrs Charity Salima.

The appointment follows the resignation of Timothy Mtambo who joined politics last month.

Until his appointment, Kaiyatsa was CHRR’s programs manager.

CHRR board chair said Kaiyatsa has vast experience having worked in many positions in the organization such as in areas of communication, research, resource mobilization, advocacy and capacity building.

“The CHRR board and founding trustee wishes to inform the general public, development partners and all stakeholders of the appointment of Mr Michael Kaiyatsa as acting executive director. This follows the resignation of Timothy Mtambo,” reads part of the statement.

While congratulating Kaiyatsa for the appointment, CHRR board also thanked Mtambo for his leadership over the last seven years.

Before Mtambo, the position was headed by Undule Mwakasungula.

 

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Phwisa
Phwisa
10 months ago

It can’t happen that CHRR Board can employ non Northern er as it’s Director. Kaiyatsa will just be acting Director .Look, the Board Chaiperson is a Northerner

ipyana
ipyana
10 months ago

thanks again Mrs Rachel Banda for your good comments coz you love people from northern may God bless you Amen

ipyana
ipyana
10 months ago

I’m here to share with you Banda usamatinyoze ifeyo akupoto we are human beings same like you but chomwe udziwe no body knows about Tommorow only God ili ndidziko yamatembenuka

Banda
Banda
10 months ago

Good. At least name not from Tumbuka land.

Rachel Banda
Rachel Banda
10 months ago
Reply to  Banda

Mukhalira zomwezo, what do you benefit for such silly comments Banda, ndiwe chidzete

Thongo
Thongo
10 months ago
Reply to  Rachel Banda

@banda kumaganizako ngati munthu pepa zimathandiza.

wakikiki
wakikiki
10 months ago
Reply to  Banda

olo mutani atumbuka simuwathe anangobadwa ndi nzeru zachibadwidwe basi enanu ndi zokokela

National CEO
National CEO
10 months ago
Reply to  wakikiki

Really, So all the professors in Malawi are Tumbukas? So in this era someone still thinks that a certain tribe is born wiser than the other? I have been in Rumphi the home of Tumbukas but fools and uneducated people were also found so I doubt your hypothesis. may you give facts to prove it. I can see that some people belive that any tribe from the north is a Tumbuka. In the North there are, Tumbukas, mwaulambya, Ngonis, etc. But the main language is Tumbuka, so language is not a tribe.

chinyonyo1
chinyonyo1
10 months ago
Reply to  Banda

HRDC and HCRR are different organisations. Can u check please. Mtambo is not Tumbuka. check agin. he comes from Chitipa check his tribe

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